Brexit: UK waives road access permit


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New sign of generalization on Brexit front. Truck drivers can now cross Kent (south-east of England) without an access permit, declares the United Kingdom, which is abandoning this measure to avoid Brexit hurdles after the end of the transition period. The Department of Transport has justified the decision, which came into effect from Tuesday, which has given a return to normal trade between the United Kingdom and the continent. Likewise, to facilitate traffic on the M20 motorway, the mobile barrier that crosses the Kent towards the coast will be removed on Saturday.

On January 1, these measures were introduced in the region to avoid monster traffic jams caused by disturbances associated with effective evacuation from the European Union. The ministry assured that the cant access permit was “decisive in avoiding delays at the border” allowing drivers to come to Dover with the correct documents. With the abandonment of the permit, road hauliers will now have less formality to complete, which should facilitate trade with the European Union.

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UK merchandise exports rebounded 46.6% in a month in February. They climbed to £ 3.7 billion, compensating for the 5.7 billion drop recorded in January as effectively exiting the European Union.

In the first month of the year, it was a record 42% drop, as many companies decided to stop or reduce shipments of goods to the continent, while they were able to adapt to new trade regulations and others due to red tape . Brexit.

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